Heart inflammation the next barrier to COVID-19 for college leaders

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Dr. Matthew Martinez studied so many images of a beating heart that he couldn’t count them. Maybe 500,000. Maybe 1 million. As a non-invasive cardiologist, his work revolves around the constant evaluation of images of the heart.He knows what a strong, healthy heart looks like. He knows what a poor and struggling heart looks like. And he knows what a heart looks like after the COVID-19 tentacles reach the most vital organ in the human body. “This virus,” he says, “appears to have an affinity for causing damage to the heart.”



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